Melbourne October, 2013 – Introducing the Motorola TC55, a new, enterprise-class rugged mobile device built with business functionality to increase efficiency within the workplace. For today’s workers who are looking for a mobile device that is not just compact and easy to use, but also powerful and durable enough for demanding work environments. This pocket-sized, all-touch computer combines the best features of traditional enterprise mobile computers with the functionality of consumer smartphones.
Pre-installed with Extensions (Mx) by Motorola Solutions, the Motorola Solutions Enterprise-Class Android operating system adds security, device management and support for enterprise data capture capabilities, specifically for the needs of Field Service, Merchandising and Direct Store Delivery markets. New Mx features allow the user to upgrade the already powerful Android 4.1.2 OS to a more robust, enterprise solution. Increased compatibility with existing applications and an additional layer of management and security enhancements enable greater control and enterprise functionality.
The 4.3 in. high-resolution display isn’t just bigger, it’s significantly better. Based on cutting-edge HAST LCD technology, the screen is brighter both indoors and outdoors, all while consuming substantially less energy (just one reason why the Motorola TC55 has industry-leading battery life). At 700 NITs, it has outstanding indoor luminance, and the screen’s transflective feature actually leverages direct sunlight to improve its image clarity, making it ideal for outdoor viewing as well. Furthermore, the capacitive touch panel dynamically adjusts to the current environment, enabling it to work with or without gloves, wet or dry and with your finger or a stylus.
Increase productivity with the integrated 1D scanner with a dedicated hard button and rear-facing, 8 MP autofocus camera, optimized for 2D data capture. Now, with one device, your workers can quickly and easily capture images and read all industry-standard bar codes.
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